We send loving blessings to our Japanese friends and all those
suffering from Fukushima. We honor their suffering as sacred fuel to
stop the nuclear insanity worldwide. ~ Mary Beth Brangan
In today’s entry in our “Joyous Living Journal” it states,
Some of the issues facing humanity today are beyond human means for solution. They are beyond the grasp of political leaders and their “think tanks” If there were solutions, they would have been implemented by now. These are the times that challenge one’s beliefs, and one can give way to doubt and fear. Is your faith in God bigger than your faith in the world’s challenges?
It goes on to say that does not mean you should bury your head in the sand and stop taking part however, you should still stay informed on the issues, and vote for the person who you feel represents the wisest form of leadership.
To that end I hope that you all will join me at the first public meeting of the new So Cal Edison Community Engagement Panel on the Decommissioning of The San Onofre Nuke Site, in support of one of our very own members who is on this panel, Gene Stone. The meeting will be held at the San Clemente Community Center on Tuesday, March 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. and you will have a 3 minute comment period at some point in this meeting.
“Don’t underestimate the importance of your coming to events like these, there is something about everyone coming together that makes something happen in the universe here that we don’t quite understand.” ~ Ray Lutz
Reflection: Is your faith in God bigger than your faith in the worlds’s challenges? When have you been caught in the trials and tribulations of the human world, thinking there is no human answer, and then touched that spiritual place where you saw with new eyes and your world was transformed?